Browsing publications by Dr Janet Lindsey

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Professor Simon Bailey
Dr Janet Lindsey
Professor Steven Clifford
Divergent clonal selection dominates medulloblastoma at recurrence2016
Dr Rebecca Hill
Dr Janet Lindsey
Dr Ed Schwalbe
Dr Karen Barker
Dr Daniel Williamson
et al.
Combined MYC and P53 Defects Emerge at Medulloblastoma Relapse and Define Rapidly Progressive, Therapeutically Targetable Disease2015
Dr Janet Lindsey
Dr Ed Schwalbe
Matthew Selby
Dr James Hayden
Dr Daniel Williamson
et al.
Cross-species epigenetics identifies a critical role for VAV1 in SHH subgroup medulloblastoma maintenance2015
Dr Janet Lindsey
Dr Ed Schwalbe
Sandeep Potluri
Professor Simon Bailey
Dr Daniel Williamson
et al.
TERT promoter mutation and aberrant hypermethylation are associated with elevated expression in medulloblastoma and characterise the majority of non-infant SHH subgroup tumours2014
Dr Janet Lindsey
Dr Ed Schwalbe
Dr James Hayden
Professor David Ellison
Dr Daniel Williamson
et al.
Cross-Species Epigenetics Identifies a Critial Role for VAV1 in the Maintenance of Sonic Hedgehog Subgroup Medulloblastomas2014
Professor Simon Bailey
Dr Janet Lindsey
Professor Steven Clifford
Cytogenetic Prognostication Within Medulloblastoma Subgroups2014
Dr Rebecca Hill
Dr Janet Lindsey
Dr Ed Schwalbe
Dr Daniel Williamson
Dr Sarra Ryan
et al.
MYC and TP53 defects emerge and interact at medulloblastoma relapse, define rapidly progressive disease and can be targeted therapeutically2014
Dr Rebecca Hill
Dr Janet Lindsey
Dr Ed Schwalbe
Dr Karen Barker
Dr Daniel Williamson
et al.
MYC and TP53 defects interact at medulloblastoma relapse to define rapidly progressive disease and can be targeted therapeutically2014
Dr Ed Schwalbe
Dr Daniel Williamson
Dr Janet Lindsey
Dolores Hamilton
Sarra Ryan
et al.
DNA methylation profiling of medulloblastoma allows robust subclassification and improved outcome prediction using formalin-fixed biopsies2013
Dr Ed Schwalbe
Dr James Hayden
Dr Janet Lindsey
Dr Rebecca Hill
Sarah Nicholson
et al.
Histologically defined central nervous system primitive neuro-ectodermal tumours (CNS-PNETs) display heterogeneous DNA methylation profiles and show relationships to other paediatric brain tumour types2013
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